Aquarius Weekly Horoscope

This Week

12-08-2018 - 18-08-2018

Feeling new enthusiasm, you will plan to go the extra mile this week. But, Mars may play a spoiler, as it becomes retrograde to re-enter Capricorn, its Sign of exaltation on Tuesday. With two major planets in retrograde mode in your 12th House (the House of expenses), you need to gear up to deal with some financial issues. Unwarranted expenses may pop up every now and then and your financial planning may go for a toss. You shall have to be smart enough to handle the matters and still save some money. Planning will help- short term as well as long term. Also, refrain from making any important finance related decisions. If you are a student, a certain matter may demand most of your time and obviously, you shall be left with very little of it to focus on your studies.

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Aquarius is the 11th Sign of the Zodiac. A symbol of all that’s humane and humanity, this Sign is modern, independent and freedom loving. While everything new and new-age enthralls the Aquarius natives, rebelliousness of any sort liberates them. Aquarius is known as the Sign of discoverers, inventors, adventurers and visionaries. Amiable and cheery by disposition, Aquarius-born tend to have a plenty of social charm. Aquarius natives may have a lot of acquaintances, but may have a very few close friends. Even if some Aquarius may seem to lead an entirely mundane life, on some digging, you would find that they have attached, somehow, themselves to a charitable cause.